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we got to the bottom of it. >> i would say most definitely, yes. >> reporter: many parents said they want to know. after two children at lake view elementary school in sarasota had confirmed cases of hand, foot, and mouth disease, a viral illness that spreads easily through coughing and sneezing. >> i could have kept my kids home from school or at least been a little bit better informed. >> reporter: the that's not the policy. they were notified by the children's parents and then the school alerted teachers, but not other parents. the reason? says hand, foot, and mouth disease is not a virus that needs to be reported to parents according to the florida department of health. >> i think that that's probably something that needs to be looked into. >> reporter: we checked and the health department has this list of diseases to be reported. the mumps and chicken pox. in those cases they would consider sending out a letter.
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for some parents who think whether an illness is on the list or not, they should still be notified. >> i don't think keeping the parents uninformed about such a serious disease or infection is wise. >> reporter: in sarasota, jennifer titus, 10news wtsp. >> now, the sarasota school district also made it clear those two cases were isolated. now, we checked health policies in other districts. pinellas and pasco county say if there was an outbreak as in two notify the health department and letters might be sent home. the state health department has their own rules for reporting diseases. we posted a list of those conditions on and on our 10news app. okay. we are on top of some breaking news. a traffic death investigation is underway as we speak in hillsborough county. the case still developing, but here is what we know as of
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intersection of 19th avenue northeast and 30th street northeast in ruskin. this was at about 3:00 this afternoon. now, they have learned the motorcyclist was involved in some kind of argument with the driver of a blue truck not too far away from there. detectives want to speak to that truck driver to piece together what's happened. meantime, keep in mind, drivers, 19th avenue is closed in both directions. we are getting a good look tonight at video from inside a car before the driver crashed into a van killing two of her children. that video shows just how fast the car was going just minutes before. take a look. there you see it right across the center. a snapchat video taken from the passenger in that car showed them going 115 miles an hour down mlk boulevard in tampa. the florida highway patrol gave this video to us.
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the belief speed played a role in the crash. snapchat is an app that essentially lets you take video and add filters on top of them. one of those lets you record the speed you're going while you are recording. in this example right here you can see 1.9 miles an hour, that is a far cry from 115 miles an hour from the video in wednesday's crash. troopers say that 9-year-old john bernal, 10-year- old burnell and their mother marianella murillo. the passenger and driver in the other car also died. snapchat said in the past that no snap is more important than someone's safety. they have also said that a snap and driving warning is built into the app. it's always hot on the web. overdue homecomings and soldier surprises.
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while watching reunions like this. we take you to hudson elementary where air force staff sergeant elsiban cavero surprised his daughter kiley. >> make it a fantastic day. remember tonight is our fall event. >> he wanted to catch her off guard. >> we have 't seen her in six months. i didn't know what she was going do. i was holding te >> hi, kiley. you want to give me a hug? to >> hi, dadly. >> i love you. >> i love you, too. >> i am happy. i am happy for her. >> want to sing together?
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it's so sweet. you might have noticed that the little girl didn't get too emotional when she saw her dad. usually kids like that are in total shock. that's because technology made it easier for all of us to connect. >> her dad says they talked and she even saw him quite often on facetime. 10news reporter jenny dean shows you how social media and technology has changed the way we communicate. >> reporter: how long has it been since you used an typewriter? when was the last time you sat down to write a letter then taken that letter, put a stamp on it, and mailed it? how many of -- for many of us, it's a lot art. >> the last time i handwrote anything was probably in high school. >> reporter: but put that pen to paper and something beautiful is about to happen. >> because you have a little piece of someone.
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it's representative of them and their personality. >> reporter: now communication is instant. pick up the phone, send a text, write an email, or even facetime. >> everybody has their preferred way of communication. sometimes i think you have too many choices. >> it makes you unhappy because you have too many choices. it's decision boutique. >> now text or facebook message. >> for me it's talk, text message. >> reporter: and while technology certainly has place, it often lacks personality and even anticipation. >> there is a lot of people who would love to receive a letter from somebody who need words of encouragement. >> reporter: the next time you want to say, hey, i was thinking about you or even thank you, take the time to sit and write a letter because you are only young once and it will make somebody's day. >> we want to know how do you keep in touch with a loved one?
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10news facebook page. your comments could help another viewer. with ten days until the presidential election, thank goodness, our candidates are trying to get votes in the homestretch. tonight hillary clinton's campaign is dealing with a potential setback as she rallied supporters in iowa. the fbi announced that it was looking further into a new batch of emails related to clinton's private email server while she was secretary of into her criminal and illegal conduct. >> we've got to keep our foot on the gas. >> now, the latest national polls show that hillary clinton maintains a four point edge over donald trump. now, trump has made the outcome of the fbi's probe a focus of his campaign against clinton. >> the women for trump bus rolled through tampa bay today.
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personally and are traveling the country to help get him elected. leading the pack today was his daughter-in-law laura trump. >> this is a man that understands the value of women, that is consistently championing women throughout his life. he has raised two great strong daughters. he has two sons that have married, i think, great women. >> the bus also made a stop in orlando today. right now president barack obama is speaking in orlando. he is visiting the university of central flora clinton. now, that is going on as we speak, and we will have much more on that coming up later tonight. much more to come on 10news. >> our 10news school of the week powered by duke energy florida is, drum roll please, anclote high school. we are going to be talking about that in holiday. no ordinary school because if you look at the classrooms, it's part of a bigger program.
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with it. there will be some showers around. i will let you know w port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's top priorities. generating over 15 billion for the regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs.
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and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate. a return to common sense. in my job, i see a lot of fires that could've been stopped before they started. that's why florida's firefighters support amendment 1. amendment 1 does solar the right way,
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d welfare of florida's consumers and it's first responders. amendment 1 means more solar, safe solar, for the sunshine state. vote yes on amendment 1, for the sun. i served under president bush and obama. i fought the taliban. i was asked to form a global coalition to counter isil. when someone makes the comment that they know more about the islamic state or isil than do the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality. but i believe secretary clinton really understands the threat
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and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. it's friday than means it's time to feature a 10news school of the week powered by duke energy florida. 10news reporter tammie fields spent her mornings with students at anclote high school in holiday. >> and she took a specially hard look at the skills that will help teens get jobs before they graduate. >> they watch them professionally and tenderly take care of people. >> reporter: she says that
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so are the skills she teaches here in the health academy at anclote high school. it's where students train to become certified nursing assistants. just yesterday they were at a nurses facility helping real patients. it's an experience monday says is life-changing for some of them. >> i think we both had tears in our eyes. she said she was losing motivation, you know. she was tired senior year and she said because of this experience yesterday, she said that it helped her motivation. she wa course just like this when she was in high school. the day she graduated she had a job as a cna. skills that have come in handy for a former, too,, for a former student who was homeless. >> reporter: in the energy academy they learn the basics
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boards. >> they are wiring exactly the same kinds of circuits that you have in your house, but they are doing it on a smaller scale. >> reporter: these specialized programs just one of several reasons why anclote high is 10news school of the week powered by duke energy florida. the recipient of a $1,000 donation. in holiday, tammie fields, 10news wtsp. >> and if you think your school should be the 10news school of the week powered by duke energy florida we want to hear about it. tell us what's great elementary, middle, or high school and just send an email at tracking storms. alerting you. protecting your family. it's time for 10 weather. >> bobby has a job do. he has to prepare you for your weekend. >> that's right. you know what's important? >> golf? >> yeah. [ laughter ]. >> i could say something else, too. but i think that's most property. >> those are indoor activities. [ laughter ]. >> i don't know.
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>> we got a/c for that stuff. we have really nice weather outside, too, guys. we have had all week long and we are going to keep it all weekend long, as well. i think these high clouds that we have been dealing with, we're gonna keep those. they are making for beautiful sunsets, which we will have again tonight, and the rain should stay in the south. not quite as breezy. this is looking back see some lower clouds. we made the mid-80s today. the dew points are in the lower 60s more than anything else, and that's that moisture rising up. most of what we have been seeing high clouds way up above that, but late each afternoon saturday and sunday we are gonna see a few low clouds like that. that's it. there is not enough moisture in the atmosphere to make any showers. the winds up 24 miles per hour in venice, sarasota. 12 in bradenton.
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sustained wind 22 miles per hour. these will come down tonight. i want to show you the state view. everybody is generally in the 80s except the keys in miami where, obviously, water and they have had clouds and showers down there. 82 panama city. that's what we have right here in tampa. all right. football. we got a lot of it. high school football tonight, plus navy's in town. if you are headed out right now, you are late to get out to ray jay. we are in the low 80s now. it will fall down into the 70s, be partly sunny, very comfortable for the usf game, for your friday night football games, just outside for your friday night plans. jumping ahead to tomorrow morning, starting in the upper 60s to near 70. that's your saturday right there. look for green. you don't see any green on there. that means we stay dry. 85, 86 degrees. about 85 to 86 on sunday, and we should stay dry, which is the best news we have. well, for the weekend, for your
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we have not seen rain in a while. i don't see any the good part of the week. ragweed, elm and grass will stay high. in the moderate range through the weekend. there is your weekend forecast by the numbers. notice your morning lows in the upper 60s, low 70s. at the beach 72 degrees. oakland raiders are in town. it is a warm game for us. if you went to the last day game that we had it was warmer still a little bit humid. partly cloudy, 85 degrees. it's a little bit more comfortable for a great game at home on sunday. now, monday topping out on halloween around 85 degrees, but for trick-or-treat time we're gonna fall to the 80s. notice it's dry, guys, all the way through, and 82 to 79 degrees for those temperatures for the trick-or-treaters. it's not gonna be scary. it's gonna be a nice treat for the halloween folks out there. tuesday, wednesday, thursday
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thursday and friday. that's kind of when we're watching for a potential system to come down from the north. if that happens we will get a slightly better chance for rain. right now it's just kind of on the table. we will keep an eye on it for you and let you know if that develops. we told you about callers posing as tax and immigration agents asking you to clear up warrants or pay taxes. now the u.s. government says it's a scam and arrests in india. thousands have been tricked into shelling out a total of more than $300 million. but here is something to think about because, you know, most people assume that senior citizens are the most likely to fall for something like this. >> research from the better business bureau finds out it is the opposite. the report looked at 30,000 cases. 11% of seniors ended up giving the con artists money, but three times as many 18 to 24-
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forked over the money. the bbb found that seniors are more than likely than the millennials to report a scam. well, a jury awarded $7 million to a former penn state coach? the jerry sandusky scandal. and don't forget to stay up with "the "the late show with stephen colbert." his guests to comedian and host of the hit
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bob buesing... on the record. he sues tax payers to cover the outrageous cost of a lavish courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. his law firm is accused of running up costs on a school district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win?
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now live from the suncoast hyundai dealer sports desk it's time for 10 sports. >> penn state is making headlines again. has nothing to do with that upset over ohio state last week. instead, it's another layer in the jerry sandusky scandal. the former football coach boys. yesterday a jury awarded ex- penn state assistant mike mcqueary more than $7 million. he is suing for defamation and difficulty finding a job. seriously? in 2001, mcqueary turned his back and walked away. a day later he reported the abuse to joe paterno. he sued for $4 million in
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quote, should not have been a scapegoat. he should have in that moment stopped savannah from abusing that -- sandusky from abusing that boy. now he has $7 million to show for it. the coward should not receive a penny. since sandusky's sentencing in 2012, penn state has paid more than $90 million to more than 30 people who filed civil those abuse allegations date back as far as 1971, according to the "associated press." that's 41 years before sandusky was thrown in jail. an average person received $33 million. $4million less than mike mcqueary. he should take that money and give it to a foundation to help victims of abuse.
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early for families with babies spending a holiday in the hospital. volunteers have been working on hundreds of tiny versions of halloween costumes for babies for months. now, the babies were at arkansas children's hospital. the gift extra special for one mom whose son eric has been in nicu for three and a half months. he is finally heading home. >> i am going to be reunited. >> he is caterpillar. you know, it is a mother's dream come true, and a holiday certainly to remember. 10news tampa bay lightning, we want to put you in the stands. that's right. make sure you watch "10news at 11" this weekend for your chance to win two lower-level tickets, i mean down there close, to watch the lightning and the bruins go head to head in a game on thursday, november the 3rd. one winner will also receive an
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good luck. talking about hockey and hay. a live look at our sky 10 network. it's like a portrait. >> it does. >> love it. that's it for "10news at 6." we will see you back here at 11:00. >> until then have a good night and do take care. i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep] we have to make sure that donald wins this election. no we don't. marco rubio stands by trump and failed to show up for florida. here's what i believe in. bringing people together and reaching across the aisle to get things done. protecting social security.
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robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life.
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don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, even blamed the ctim. ober: she was with him voluntarily. our community deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor,
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